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,fi stocks are complete.
e are pleased to announce
ours are all new and reason
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
I Tho Vanceburg Button Factory will
falnrt up ngnin November 12th.
teXoiier adjudged insane.
r (Vanceburg Sun.)
L"Glrs. Allan W. Baker, of St. Paul,
rnvasndjudged insanse in Judge Leo's
ifcburt' Tuesday and committed to the
KLcxlngton Asylum. Mrs. Baker was a
vbryi; talented woman, having t-iught
SJibol'for sixteen years in her carlior
Ufg. Jt is hoped that her malady will
yield to treatment, as it is in a 'vcrv
TwiN-rif-ciruM" week service
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-Tho following is tho program of the
Special Services that arc to bo held
Vby tho Epworth League of the Third
Street 51. E. Churcli for tho week be
ginning next Sunday. These services
K- will bo held in the League Room and
wilt begin eaeh evening except Sunday
at 7:10 o'clock and continue tor one
honr, only. On Sunday tho hour is
0:il). The services aro open for every-
Sb&dy, especially for the young people
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t Ul IIIU L'll. JII PUltXlllll BJJUiinuiS
.the aim has been to get such as aro in
fc-hcarty sympathy with tho young folks.
Tlioy will bo strictly young peoples'
IV meetings, ou iur une i'i-i ivt iji:i-
one get young again antl enjoy the
Sunday, November 8th. Subject,
"(letting Rid of Our Handicaps."
Speaker Miss Virginia Mae Hurd
.iArtiiil ATttaif... Q.-frtlf..
,!Monday, November Oth. subject,
Am I Disappointing My Parents Or
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JP'??HStr"'ro1- '' ' Curry.
j; Duet, Misses Carrie
W'einbcr 10th. Subject,
oups: Willi Which Are
v. W.-B. Campbell.
f-iic Duet. Mr, Miivj and
J, November 11th. Sub-
nee, Voluntnrv and Inol-
('rof. W. J. Oaplinger.
Ilusie Solo, Mr. Hoyd K.
November Pith. S.ihjeet,
.ut Ojienly lor Christ.''
-Rev. A. R Stalil.
, Music Sextette.
November Kith. Subject,
HI of Indecision."
N-Uov. J, (1. Dover.
Music Solo, .Miss Lillian
' P, November li'th. Subject,
ill to Heroic Service."
'er J, H. Richardson,
al 5Ius!e. Solo, .Miss -Florence
o will bo plenty of good music.
ohn Robert Curry will bo the
t for tho meetings and will bo
ed tho, most of tho timo by two
its. Tho services will ba n
ie of tho chairman of the Spiritual
irtmont of tho League. Tho pastor
j Literal will conduct tho closing
f.ents of each meeting. You will di
I to arrange your plans to attend
21,976 FORDS SOLD IN SEPTEMBER
Tho Ford Motor Co., announces that in the month of
Soptembor thero wero sold and delivered 21,070 Ford cars.
This was a gain of 11,470 cars over September 1913. This
ia significant not only bocauso it shows that the Ford
production is rapidly boing increased to meet the stu
pendous influx of orders, but also becauso it demonstrates
that tho Ford Motor Company is maintaining the 300,000
car-Bchcdulo nocessary to givo Ford purchasers between
August 1st, 1914 and August 1st, 191D, a share of Ford
We havo just received a car-load of tho new 1015
models, and can givo you immediate delivery. Thero's
nothing to gain by waiting, so order now and enjoy your
car this fall and winter,
CENTRALJIMRAGE CO., lU-IHprtttSL
Of Railroads Iu Kentucky Is Increased
Frankfort, Ky. The Stato Rnllroi(
Commission hns nssessed tho tangible
proporty of tho railroads in this Stato
at $70,(lin,S12 ns against $70,241,001)
for last year. Tho assessment Is a eon
sldorablo Incrcaso over that of last year,
when tho fact that tho $100,000 worth
of property of tho Lexington nml Kast
eru Railroad, which has been disposed
of mid tho assessment of tho Red River
Valley Company at $0,000 and tho Lick
ing River Railroad at $33,000, which
were included in tho assessment of last
onr. were nut included this year. The
railroads have been nbaudoned and turn
Invents An Ingenious Method of Mark'
ing His Ballot.
Now York. Perhaps tho most uu
usual method of voting in Tuesday's
election was that imputed by a former
tiallic policeman, who is totally blind
as a result of having been kiektd by
lie procured a sample ballot the same
slro of tho regular ballot. Holes wore
cut in tho sample ballot in tho squares
where the former bluecoat wished to
mark his crosses.
Entering the polling booth with the
regular ballot the blind voter placed
the sample ballot over it and marked
his crosses through the holes.
On Bet That Son Would Bo Elected
United States Senator.
Xow York, Nov. 4. .lames W. Wads
worth. Sr., was one of the heaviest
winners on the election. He bet $25,
000 at odds of 3 to 1 th.it his son would
be elected United States Senator, and
consequently "cleaned up" an even
New York stock exchange will
open until war excitement ends.
Governor Cox of Ohio, warns the
suloonUts to obey the Sunday closing
Bob Life, whose business is that
of painting smokestacks and steeples,
is afraid to pass a graveyard at night.
II. O. Pollitt and Prof. C. S. Dale,
of Maysville, and W. H. Pollitt, of Mad
Konville, Ohio, came up tu vote Tues
day. Vanceburg Sun.
Kleven of the twenty directors or
former directors of the New Haven
railroad, who were indicted Monday,
entered pleas of not uuilty in the
United States District Court in New
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WHAT HOME RULE MEANS
Columbus, O. If the homo
rule amendment to the Consti
tution is adopted this is tho
status e i eat ed in tho liquor
Saloons may open at once in
territory now dry by Rose-law
elections, except where the dis
tricts were voted dry by units
, .smaller than the county. There
must lirst be appointed License
Commissioners, No legislation
is necessary to put tho new
nmeiidmeut into effect, the Con
stitutional provision controlling
and .superseding tho statute
Where the people of any dis
trict that has not voted dry
under municipal and township
option laws wish to prevent the
opening of saloons they must
call clectious. It is not impos
sible that Governor Cox will
leave to his successor tho duty
of opening the saloons in terri
tory now dry.
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Wipfuflrapjiy Bn jTV,"Qr nal, ro
cording to the ability of tho Photq.
An Artist can make a beautiful
(.woman mora beautiful, can add to the
Portrait, lines of graceful composition,
jharitably couccallng or prettily oinphn
sizing lights and shadows.
Abovo all ho strives to show those
lines of character which often trans
form tho plnincst faces.
We prldo ourselves
That wo aro artists,
.nay wo provo it in
Our work for ynu'i
Tho Photographor in Your Town.
The present outbreak of foot nnd
mouth disenst. among cattle Is regarded
as the most serious in the history of
the United States and may oven tend t(
curtail tho food supply.
THE HOUSE ? QUALITY
PRIPP ADULTS 10c
rilVjCu CHILDREN 5c
The first of Mrs. Harry Pay no Whit
ney's personally organized hospital
units sailed to join the telief work
being done bv Americans in Paris.
Tho Montgomery County Contest
Hoard, after awarding the county cer
tificate to the "drys," overthrew the
"wet" victory in Mt. Sterling by de
daring void the city prohibition elec
NOT SO COHrtECT?
The whisky men of Maysville, Lex
ington, Covington, Newport and other
whisky centers supported Willson and
knifed Heekham. They knew who was
a whisky tool and who wasn't. Flem
We don't just catch the veracity of
this when Mason, a dry county, voted
against Heekham, the boss dry advo
cate. FLEMINGSBURG NOTES FROM
Elder W. Lloyd is still continuing the
series of meetings at the Christian
Church. There havo been quite a iium
er of additious up to date and a good
deal of interest manifested.
John K, Drowning and wife went to
Mnysille Saturday morning to spend 'i
few days with I he family of G. C.
Hrnwiiing before going on to Urbana,
111., where they will spend tho winter
witli their sou, Ed.
The first Sunday in December in now
set for the dedicatory services at the
new M. K. Church, South. An ell'oit
I-. being made to secure the services
of Bishop Kilgo for that day and if not,
then sumo other strong man will be
Bank of Maysville
National Banking Association
at Maysvillo, in tho Stato of Kentucky, at tho closo of business, October 31,
Loans and Discounts $103,S70.8G
Over drafts, secured and unsecured 1,721.80
U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation 100,000.00
Bonds, Securities, etc. (other than stocks) 40,050.00
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank $1,133.34, all other stocks, $10,750. 11,883.34
Banking Houso, Furniture, and Fixtures . 15,000.00
Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 374.00
Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Com-
panies, and Savings 8 15.GV
Due from approved -eserve Agents in Central Cities Nouo; in
other Reserve Cities ,,067 93 , 27,087.03
Checks and other Cash Items 1,333.07
Notes of other National Banks 140.00
Fractional Paper currency, Nickels, t. d Cents 110.01
Lawful Monoy Reservo in Bank, viz:
Specio ' 37,805.80
Legal Tender Notes , 1,080.00 38,385.80
Redemption fund with U. . Treasurer(5', of circulation) 5,000.00
Capital Stock 100,000.00
.Surplus Fund 13,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes paid 521.10
National Bank Notes outstanding '. 09.100.0,1
Due to other National Banks 382.00 :
Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 1 i3.78
Individual deposits subject to check - 432,702.88
Cashier's checks outstanding 500.00
Total , 047,009.70
Stato of Kentucky, County of Mason, ss:
I, J, F. Barbour, President of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the abovo statement is true
J. F. BARBOUR, Pros.
Subscribed and sworn to bofore mo this 5th day of Novomber 1914,
EDNA LEONARD, Notary Public.
My commission oxpircs February 10, 1910.
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Miss Anna McDouglo Is visiting in
.Mrs. Charles Nowdigato leaves to
day for Cynthiana to inako her future
Miss Alice Tudor of Cincinnati, Is
visiting her aunt, Miss Jane lilnnohard
of East Second street.
Mr. .Tamos Sweet of Ft. Worth, Texas,
ai rived yestordaj' for n visit to friends
and relatives iu this city und in Flem
Rev. Eton ICelloy of Cincinnati and
wife, former residents of this city will
spend a few days with friends on thoir
way to Washington and tho Enst, next
Money Is growing easier since tho
5 BIG REELS TODAY
OUR COLOfO CITIZENS
Last night at 0 o'clock at the home
of the bride's mother iu Union street,
Claude Barbour and Catherine Moore
were united in marriage by Rev. O. A.
'I here will bo a supper given at the
Dexter School House tomorrow night,
Saturday, November 7, 1011, for the
benefit of the school house. All are in
vited to come out and help us. There
will be plenty of music and refresh
ments. AN.Vn M. ...liLIAAiS,
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT CLUB.
Program for Sunday, t;ct. S, 19V:
Invocation Rev. K. Combs
Remark by tho President.
Ten Minute Talk-Pro. W. II. Humphrey
Anthem "Father, O, Hear Us."
Ten Minute Talk Rev. R. .lackson
.Solo Miss C. B. Sinter
Ten Minute Talk Mr. E. W. Lane.
Solo Lucy Itobinsou
Ten Minute Talk Rev. L. M. Ilagood
Talk Mrs. Rn-u T'liunas
Let all tho citizens attend Purity
Sunday exercises, November 8th, at
Bethel Baptist Church.
.MRS. V. C. PATTON, Pres.
tho condition of
to tho best of my knowledge and
A, M. J. COCHRAN
A. OOPHRAN ,' .
John T. White, who suffered a severe
attack of tonsilitis last week, hns re
covered and is able to rcsumo his
position as teachor in Dover school.
Protracted meeting commenced .Mon
day ovunlng nt tho Christian Church.
Ilrothor Calkins of Augusta Is the
preacher and If you hear him onco you
wjill bo compelled to return so be
suro and eomo and bring all your
Prof. R. V. Onlther, former principnl
of Mnyslick High School, has been en
gaged us assistant principal to lilt the
vacancy caused by tho death of Ira
(1. Arnold. Mr. (laltlior is a man of
great ability and Minerva Is to be con
gratulated upon securing tho seiices
of such a competent teacher.
Daniel Froliman Presents Miss Hazel Dawn in the Famous International Romance
"ONE OF OUR GIRLS"
IN FOOR PARTS. Dy the Noted Dramatist, DRONSON HOWARD. This is "FAMOUS
PLAYERS" Day at he GEM. The Highest Class Pictures Ever Shown in the City.
DRESSIM) CHICKENS For Saturday.
Wies s Meat Market. 0 --2t
WAiXThD To hire out by tho week, or
washing to do. Mary J. Owens, 313
'Mitchell avenue, Maysville, Ky .
WANTED To rent two or threo rooms,
either furnished or unfurnished. If
any objections to children, don't an
swer this ud. Inquire at tin's oOice.
SALESMEN WANTED to advertise
cigars. Easy work. Earn $90 month
ly aud all traveling oxponses. Ex
pericuco unnecessary. Also handle
popular cigarettes aud tobaccj
Noreuo Cigar Co., New York, N. Y.
WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery to
friends and neighbors; 70 per cent
profit. Mnko $10 dafly. Experience
unnecessary. International Mill,,
Box 4020, West Philadelphia, Pa
I 'OR . .Vl' Four rooms, !fS.()0 per
month. Mrs. Susan Nicholson, tiOS
Limestone street. 0 3t
I'OR RKNT The I). M. Curry resi
deuce iu Kast Second street. Appi.
to Thus. L. Ewan Co. (l-3t
I'OR RKNT Houso of tlvo rooms, with
gas. Apply nt 011 E. Second street.
FOR RHN'li'IiiTut corner Third and
Hridgo street. Apply to M. J
FOR RKNT FURNISHED ROOMS
Two furnished front rooms, with bath
room in connection. Will bo routed
either singly or double. Apply to
Mrs. J. P. Nash, i!07 West Second
FOR SALK rour-room cottage ou
Clark street, with two lots and
stablo for four horses; coal house,
large cistern, electric lights. A bar
gain if sold at once. Price tS.'O.OO
Thos L. Kwau & Co. 0 3
FOR SALE (White Plymouth Rock
Cockerels, Puro bred, lino bred reg
istered in White Rock Club, $1.00
each. Miss Davis, Taylor's Mill
Road, Route 5. 5 Ot
FOR SALE Residence, seven lnrge
rooms, two halls, two porches, modern
equipped bath room, plenty of closets,
gas, water, etc., lights. Everything
in model repair. Lot C3 feet front,
over 400 feet deep; plenty of trees;
garage and outbuildings, flood resi
dency section. T. (3. Clilmore, 81." K
Second street. 3-0t
FOR SALE Five room cottage; gas
and water, No. 331 K. Fourth street;
household goods of nil kinds, coal
range, coal heater. If not sold will
bo for rent, (live pos.sossion Decoin
her 1st. A bargain if sold nt once.
Apply to (Jeorgo Hill, Fitzgerald Sad
dlery Company. Nov. 2-0t
LOST A gold bar pin, between my
homo nud. Pecor's drug store. Findor
please return to Mrs. Pcarco Mills,
West Third streot, aud recelvo ro
LOST From Mcrz Hros.' wagou ou
Saturday or dolivored at wrong ad
dress, a squnro linen luncheon cloth,
with initial "M" embroidered on it.
Finder please return to Morz Bros.
LOST Between Morz Bros.' storo ami
P. W. Wheolor's shop, 0110 odd shoe,
for right foot. Number in lining is
48504. Ploaio roturn to Mcrz Bios.
LOST Puckngo containing pair of
Mens' Shoes, .with Morz Bros., brand
on.nox, rieaso roturt. to1 mis ouico
Saturday at Hoeflich's
H This store is full of tho vory latest novelties Neckwear, Collar g
and CuiT Sots, Deads, Ribbons for girdles and huir bows, Orna-
j inoiits nnd Hair Pins, Gloves, Barottes, Laces, Purses, etc. B
g Tho Apron Ginghams at oc a yard aro still tho Incomparable
bargain of the town.
Jj Tho Hosiery stock is wonderful, all the host brands. 10c, 15c, jj
HH and "c qualities are unequalled values. S
Ho buys Outings und Plannottes that ar0 worth 10c a yard.
10c buys Pillow Cases, Turkish Towels and All-Linen Crashes
mm that cannot bo replaced at the price. 5
Six spools Clark's Thread 2."e. gg
fic buys a full-sizo Sheet. The muslin is worth 03c without
S tho making. N
B Tho stock of Underwear is very large. Specials at 25c nnd gi
50c; also a few of the odd pieces at 10c, worth up to 3.V.
j Our Rugs aro very attractive in paterns and price. J
SATURDAY NIGHT SALES 0 TO 9 ONLY
2 5c bus yard wide Uleached Cotron. Limited sale, nn orders S
H taken, must come in person. 3
Also Handkerchiefs of nntisui! quality for men and women.
Cleo Madison in
Trey 0' Hearts
FAIR irtlDAY AND SATURDAi;
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
0 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Old Hens 10c
Old Roosters 7c
Young turkeys l"c
Fat Ducks 10c
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We cairy the finest line of Plain and Fancy Linen
Hand-Laid Papers. Let us prove our statement.
Our line of Bibles is the finest ever brought to
Maysville. Try .:.:::;::
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1 A Chatlng Dish Party
Ynu would not think of having a musicale without g
Q 1I10 music. Then why do you havo a chafiug dieh party S
without a chafing dish. Tis true you may havo one of
the autiquaicd nii'airs sitting on tho gas stovo in kitchen,
hut why not raako your party the more enjoyable both n
I to yourself and your guests by having the modern kind S
J with a silk cord and plug that is so easily attached to a
This is only one of the many modem heating appli-
U auccfl that are made for your comfort aud convenience. J
S Pay a visit to our showroom and be convinced.
I ELECTRIC SHOP
S m EAST THIRD STREET. PHONE 551 5
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When in neod of a real good work or dress shoe let us supply
your needs. Wo are especially strong on Work Shoos. Wo carry
tho famous "Nunn & Bush" lino, and thoso of you who have worn
them know that there is nono bettor.
Every pair guaranteed. -
In Dress Shoes
"" " our lino of Orossott fit Stataon's Shoes have
provon their own worth. Tho names thomsolves signify tho best
that can bo had in tho way of Shoes.
For thoso who havo broken archcs, wo havo an lnimodlato
relief. It is in tho Famous Orossett Doctor Shoe.
J. WESLEY LEE,
? J THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN,
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"The Crack 0' Doom"
Tuesday, Francis X. Bushman
and Ruth Stonehouse.
President WiNou has prepared a
reclamation to the people of the
troubled mining region of Arkansas,
warning them against interference with
"the administration of justice."
Dr. Arvid O. Taylor has purchased
an Olds-Mobile, 30, the first of theso
machines in .Maysville.
The gauge marks, 0.1 and falling.
Tho Chilo will pass up for Ports
mouth tomorrow morning and will re
turn tomorrow night.
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Stan oc y$be Keeps
lNaysuille's Popular Book Store
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